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The Burning Land (2003)

| Action, Drama, Romance
A young Jewish-American female singer is trapped in the USSR behind the enemy lines during the WWII...

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Marina Golub ...
Aunt Hava
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Ivan (as Uri Kolokol)
Pavel Konstantinov ...
Nikita
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Rose (voice)
Dmitri Slepovitch ...
Guy at the wedding
Yakov Yavno ...
Uncle David
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A young Jewish-American female singer is trapped in the USSR behind the enemy lines during the WWII...

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Action | Drama | Romance | War

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The waste of time.
19 November 2012 | by (Hannover) – See all my reviews

The move is really awful. Happily I wasted just 15 minutes of my time instead of watching the whole crappy move. The actors are really false. As the Great Stanislavsky would have said: "I do not believe!" IMDb wants me to put at least 10 lines of the review but I really have no idea what to say about this move.

Well... I will spend a few minutes more to share my mind: when you shoot a move about WWII -- about Soviet people struggling for their land, about Polish people: let them speak their languages! The Pole must speak Polish, whilst Belarus and Russians shall speak Russian. It is so natural! But when uneducated Soviet border keeper speaks English it is FALSE!


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